13 responses to “How to Remove Hard Water Stains”

  1. I know it’s not exactly eco-friendly, but I’ve always had great luck with Clorox wipes. :)

  2. I don’t know if you’re trying to be green, but I use “The Works”, toilet bowl cleaner. It’s cheap!(like $1). It also WORKS. We have hard water really bad where I live, and this stuff is amazing.

    Just be sure to wear gloves!

  3. Here is a link: http://www.theworkscleans.com/toiletcleaner.html#

    You can get it at Walmart.

  4. Yes! Be sure to wear gloves. I used it in the bathtub. You have to be careful though. It’s really strong, so only use little amounts at a time.

    It eats everything. Rust, hard water, etc.

  5. I LOVE Barkeepers Friend. Have you ever tried that? I don’t know without looking on the can if it is for hard water, but it makes anything stainless steel look all sparkly shiny. I use it on my sink, pans, anything that I want to shine and it doesn’t have a strong scent.

  6. I use a single edged razor blade to scrape the crud off after soaking, works on the smooth surface stove top too.

  7. I use those Magic Erasers from Mr. Clean. They really get my stainless steel sinks super shiny. I haven’t really tried them on hard water stains, but they were great on my gunky glass shower doors.

  8. Lemi Shine works on this too. You can check out their alternative uses at http://www.LemiShine.com

  9. I use a product called Lime-A-Way. It comes in a bright green spray bottle in the cleaning products section. It removes calcium, lime, and rust deposits quickly.

  10. Just did this today at work with apple cider vinegar. Let it soak all day and it did the trick! Awesome stuff :)

  11. Thank you for sharing I enjoyed checking this out. thanks – calum

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